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A complete kit for the Leica enthusiast, the M (Typ 262) Digital Rangefinder Camera with Summarit-M 35mm f/2.4 Lens and SF 40 Flash Bundle from B&H includes the minimalist, stills-only digital rangefinder; a compact, sleek wide-angle prime lens; a TTL on-camera flash; and a padded shoulder bag to carry and protect the entire kit.
Leica M (Typ 262) Digital Rangefinder Camera
Purveying the essence of rangefinder photography, the M (Typ 262) signals Leica's commitment to simple, straight photography while still incorporating contemporary qualities for refined image-making. Revolving around a full-frame 24MP CMOS sensor and Maestro image processor, the Typ 262 omits now-conventional video and live view features to produce a stills-only camera capable of shooting at up to 3 fps with sensitivities up to ISO 6400. An updated body design sees the incorporation of an aluminum alloy top plate, for a noticeable reduction in weight compared to typical brass plates, and a redeveloped shutter cocking mechanism is notably quiet for discrete shooting applications. Of course, as a Leica rangefinder, this model features a 0.68x optical viewfinder with split and superimposed manual focusing, automatic parallax correction, and automatic image field selection based on the attached lens. A 3.0" 921.6k-dot LCD monitor with scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass cover is also featured, however is sparingly used for solely reviewing imagery, adjusting white balance, or navigating the two-page menu system.
M (Typ 262)
Featuring a classic, minimalist appearance, the M (Typ 262) has an updated silhouette, featuring a step in the top plate, and also features a small central Leica red dot on the front panel. Aside from its distinct outward looks, the Typ 262 is also distinct among the M-range due to its omission of live view and video recording functionality, choosing, instead, to purely focus on still photography.
MAX 24MP CMOS Sensor and Maestro Image Processor
Featuring a full-frame Leica MAX 24MP CMOS sensor, this camera is able to produce high-resolution stills with marked image quality and low noise levels. When combined with the Maestro image processor, a sensitivity range of ISO 200-6400 is available, which can further be expanded to ISO 100 for working in brighter conditions.
This image processor also facilitates faster overall performance, and works in conjunction with a 1GB image buffer for sustained shooting sequences of 3 fps for up to 8 consecutive frames.
Optical Viewfinder and Rangefinder
The optical viewfinder is a large, bright-line 0.68x-magnification rangefinder with automatic parallax compensation and frame lines, which are set to match the image sensor size at a focusing distance of 6.6'. The automatic image field limiter recalls pairs of bright lines depending on the lens attached: 35mm and 135mm; 28mm and 90mm; or 50mm and 75mm.
The rangefinder mechanism displays split or superimposed bright field images within the center of the viewfinder to benefit accurate manual focusing control. The effective rangefinder metering basis is 47.1mm (mechanical metering basis 69.25 mm x viewfinder magnification of 0.68x).
The top plate is made from aluminum alloy to maintain a lighter overall weight compared to M cameras featuring a brass top plate.
Magnesium alloy body with synthetic leather covering is both durable as well as minimal in design.
A quiet shutter mechanism benefits discreet, inconspicuous shooting methods.
3.0" 921.6k-dot LCD monitor is covered with scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass for enhanced durability.
Eschewing live view and video recording, the rear monitor is used solely for stills playback and for navigating the two-page menu system.
Simple control layout and shooting modes system permits working in manual or aperture-priority mode, with an easily accessible shutter speed dial and drive selector on the top plate.
The rear of the camera incorporates six buttons for easy access to oft-used settings, including white balance and ISO, as well as navigational buttons.
Other Camera Features
Leica M mount is compatible with a wide range of both current and legacy rangefinder lenses.
Images can be recorded in either the DNG or JPEG file format.
A top hot shoe permits working with an external flash and the top sync speed is 1/180 sec.
In single exposure mode, up to two frames per second can be recorded. Language support: German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, and Korean.
Leica Summarit-M 35mm f/2.4 ASPH Lens (Black)
Balancing a compact size with a fast aperture, the black Summarit-M 35mm f/2.4 ASPH Lens from Leica offers users of Leica M mount cameras with a wide-angle perspective. The 35mm lens utilizes aspherical elements in the 6 element and 4 group optical design that allows for a more compact lens with sharp optical performance across the frame. An aperture range from f/2.4 to f/16 also contributes to versatility in a variety of shooting conditions. Additionally, the lens is fully manual focus and features 6-bit coding for bringing up frame lines and transferring metadata to the camera.
The lens' industrial design allows for better optical performance compared to its predecessors and allows for a minimum focus distance of 2.6'. On the front of the lens are threads for using a 46mm filter, and the 35mm features a nine-blade aperture for smooth out-of-focus elements. Additionally, the lens comes with a metal hood and is made in Germany.
Fully manual lens designed for Leica M analog and digital cameras
Aperture range of f/2.4 to f/16
Industrial design that offers improved optical performance
Aspherical elements allow for a compact design with improved optical performance through the reduction of visible aberrations
6-bit coding for full compatibility with Leica cameras and the transfer of metadata
Focusing range from 2.6' to infinity
Nine aperture blades for smooth out-of-focus areas
Accepts 46mm threaded filters
Metal hood and lens cap are included
Produced at Leica Wetzlar factory in Germany
Leica SF 40 Flash
Punch up your scene with some additional light from the SF 40 Flash from Leica. Optimized for use with Leica's latest cameras, the SF 40 has TTL support for automatic exposure and metering and it features a compact design with a useful output. Rated with a guide number of 131' at ISO 100 and 105mm, this unit can easily illuminate a room or subject. Also, it has a zoom range of 24-105mm, which can be expanded to 16mm with the use of the pull-out diffusion panel, for excellent coverage with your lenses. On top of this, an LED video light with 9 output levels is available for lighting a scene for high resolution video capture.
Fully featured as a flash, the SF 40 offers both tilt up to 90° and a full 360° of rotation for complete bounce coverage. It can also be set as a wireless TTL slave flash when used with a compatible master unit. Recycle time ranges from 0.1-4 seconds and it runs on 4 AA batteries. Additionally, it has support for slow, high-speed, 1st and 2nd curtain sync modes.
Guide number at ISO 100 of 131' at 105mm and 89' at 35mm position
Full manual control option from 1/1 to 1/256 power
Recycle time of 0.1 to 4 seconds
Approximately 220 to 1,700 flashes on a single set of fully-charged batteries
LED run time of about 3.5 hours with new batteries
Color temperature of 5600K
Wireless slave and wireless slave with TTL functionality
Exposure compensation from -2 to +2 EV in 1/2 step increments
AF assist beam with range of 2.3 to 16.4'
Flash duration of 1/800 to 1/20,000 second
Red-eye reduction modes
Two selector dials on the back of the flash for changing modes and adjusting power settings
LED light has 9 steps of output levels
Leica Nylon System Case for T-System Cameras (Medium, Black)
This medium black Nylon System Case from Leica is for the T-System mirrorless cameras. It has a padded shoulder strap for carrying the case, and embossed logos on both the strap and the case's front flap.
Type: Mechanical Speed: 60 - 1/4000 second in Aperture Priority Mode Type: Mechanical Speed: 8 - 1/4000 second in Manual Mode Type: Mechanical Speed: 60 - 0 second in Bulb Mode Type: Mechanical Speed: 60 - 0 second in Time Mode
Center-weighted average metering
Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual Metering Range: EV 0.0 - EV 20.0 Compensation: -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)